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how do i solve this G(t)=4t+1 find the following G(2)=, G(-10)=, G(6.9)=

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    g(2) = 4(2) + 1 = 9
    just substitute the number in perinthases for t.

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    given the function G(t)=4t+1 find each of the following G(2)=, G(-10)=, G(6.9)= plz help me don't understand this

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    Subsitute the 2 for the t, and then the -10, then the 6.9 so you get:
    g(2) = 4(2) + 1 = 9
    g(-10) = 4(-10) + 1 = -39
    g(6.9) = 4(6.9) + 1 = 28.6

    :D

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